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How extractive industries trigger multiple pressures on reindeer husbandry

I am happy to announce that another paper of my PhD work for REXSAC was published! Together with a great team of co-authors, I show…

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REXSAC’s researcher Gunhild “Ninis” Rosqvist to host Swedish Radio summer program

REXSAC’s researcher Gunhild “Ninis” Rosqvist is one of this year’s hosts for the acclaimed Swedish radio program “Summer” on Swedish Radio. She will talk about…

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Corinna Röver’s Phd Defense

Title: The Negotiation of an Arctic Animal in Modern Swedish Sápmi, 1920-2020 Thesis: Access thesis here. Defense date: Wednesday 2 June 2020 at 14:00 CEST. Location: Online (access zoom link…

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Article – Challenging Tourism Landscapes of Southwest Greenland: Identifying Social and Cultural Capital for Sustainable Tourism Development

In this article, we identify and discuss the possibilities, limitations, and challenges of sustainable tourism development in Southwest Greenland through a consideration of dimensions of…

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Article – How moose diet and metabolism differ across biogeographic zones

As northern ecosystems across the globe experience extensive changes in land use and climate at accelerated rates, it becomes crucial to understand how animals in…

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Sami village was affected more than expected by mining

REXSAC researcher Rasmus Kløcker Larsen has been featured in an article in SVT Nyheter, following the publication of new research on the impacts of mining…

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